The Eyes of the Dragon - Chapters 54 - 55 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 54 - 55 Summary

When Beson finally wakes several hours later, Peter tells him that he wants Beson to deliver a note to Anders Peyna and wait for an answer. Beson is not happy with this, since Peter is the brother of the king and Peyna is the Judge-General, a person Beson does not want to anger. Then Peter asks Beson how much it will take for Beson to provide special privileges for Peter. Peter writes a note to Peyna and asks for help, careful to make it seem as though he is simply asking for additional comforts.

Chapters 54 - 55 Analysis

In an ironic twist, Peter is turning to the same person for help who put Peter in prison in the first place. Peter wants to send a note to Peyna and then pay Beson for special privileges through Peyna, but what these privileges might...

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